Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has been chosen to provide global banking services to ASM International’s subsidiaries across the globe. The bank will also provide the company with a single global payments solution, along with a pan- European liquidity management solution for ASM’s European subsidiaries.
“In the search for a partner bank, we were impressed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s global capabilities and its ability to deliver high standard of service across markets, making the experience with the bank consistent no matter where we did business,” said Rob Ruijter, chief financial officer (CFO), ASM International.
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